I recently installed FreeBSD 6.1 over the net from sources. I am keeping
things up-to-date using CVSup.
When portaudit tells me I have a security issue; I update/re-install the
affected port. When a kernel patch comes in, I re-compile the kernel; which
now stands at FreeBSD 6.1-RELEASE-p6 #3.
From what I can tell, buildworld re-builds the base system, something I have
yet to do. My thought is to do a buildworld only when the OS version is
updated to the next number above 6.1. I understand this happens at about 4
My question is, is there a good reason to buildworld before a version change?
I hate "fixing" something which is working perfectly, and this system has
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